Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN announced Thursday night that Rece Davis will take over Chris Fowlers hosting duties on ESPN College Game Day.

Fowler will continue to appear on ABC Saturday Night Football as well as host the Heisman Trophy presentation and Davis will continue to host ESPN’s College GameDay basketball road show.

“This agreement reflects our belief that Rece Davis is one of the very best in the industry,” John Wildhack, ESPN executive vice president, programming and production, said in a statement. “He’s established himself as a versatile and polished pro. Chris Fowler was instrumental in building College GameDay into an award-winning and iconic program that transcends sports with its excellence, relevance and influence on the public discourse. With Rece on board, we know College GameDay will remain the show of record for college football fans.”
Davis has signed a new deal with ESPN through 2021.

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Thanks Fowler. Now I can sleep late on Saturdays.....
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the fact that someone at ESPN has the word Hack in their name, is laughable....cause that's what they are - a bunch of hack journalists
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